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The Baseball Scorecard
Patrick A. McGovern
Copyright © 1999-2000 by Patrick A. McGovern. All Rights Reserved.
What do you say when somebody asks you this question? If you're like most people, you probably repeat
the information that's available on the scoreboard along with a couple of the more memorable plays.
Keeping score makes it possible to give an accurate, concise run down of the game's events. People
seem to appreciate this. I've met a lot of new people this way, which adds to the enjoyment of a ballgame.
I know that umpires are supposed to just say "play", but I couldn't think of anything else to get things
started. Follow the links below. Hopefully, they will help you learn to score a baseball game.
Getting a Scorecard
If you go to a baseball game, you'll notice a vendor selling programs. Where I go to games the official
program sells for about $3.00. Outside some ballparks you can find a vendor who is selling an unofficial
program for about $2.00. Programs are great sources of information about the teams and players that are
playing that day. They also contain a scorecard. If you don't want to use the scorecard from the ballpark,
you can buy a book of them at a sporting goods store. You may also create one yourself. It's not difficult.
If you prefer, you may download and use one of the simple scorecards that I created.
Looking at the Scorecard
Now that you've got a scorecard, take a look at it. There will be areas for different kinds of data such as
game day information, batter performance, inning totals, and pitcher performance. Most scorecards will
also contain an area to record a summary of the players' game performance afterwards. I didn't include a
summary area on one of the scorecards I created, but creating a card of your own which contains one
shouldn't be that difficult. The summary area should contain the following information for each batter: at-
bats, runs, hits, runs batted in, and errors. Once you hav